Sanitary service of great Britain urged the 500 people who were in the pizzeria Zizzi and pub The Mill, where they were a week ago, the poisoned former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, immediately disinfect clothes, bags, phones and glasses that were on them in the day of the assassination.
About it writes on Sunday, March 11, the British tabloid The Daily Mail.
The head of the sanitary service of the United Kingdom is convinced that the life and health of these people out of danger, but there is a small probability of prolonged action of nerve agents used by the attacker, therefore he requested to wash these items with warm water and soap.
Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia was discovered unconscious in a shopping centre The Maltings in Salisbury (Wiltshire, southern England) on 4 March.The Department of the fight against terrorism the Metropolitan police is still investigating the assassination of former Russian intelligence officer and his daughter who on 4 March was poisoned in London with nerve substance.As a 66-year-old Skripal and his 33-year-old daughter remains «critical but stable».
In the case of the assassination are more than 240 witnesses.
Earlier it was reported that traces of nerve agents was discovered in the pizzeria Zizzi, where Sergey and Julia dined on March 4, and chemists check the bouquet of flowers that Skripal had been left on the grave of his wife a few hours before their daughter found in Salisbury.
Colonel Sergei Skripal to 1999 served in the main intelligence Directorate of the General staff. In 2004, he was arrested, and two years later sentenced to 13 years in strict regime for the transfer to British intelligence information about Russian agents working undercover in Europe.
Russia claims that Skripal worked for foreign intelligence since the 90-ies of the last century, and for the information he was paid $ 100,000. In 2010, he and three other convicts in Russia were pardoned under exchange transactions between Russian, British and American intelligence agencies. He returned to Russia ten agents uncovered in the US, including Anna Chapman.